(ANSA) – LONDON, MARCH 09 – New appointment in person for Queen Elizabeth, the second after the recovery from the Covid infection announced in mid-February by the court with “mild symptoms similar to a cold”, which she received in Windsor Castle today one of the key men of the Kingdom on the front of the international crisis triggered by the Russian invasion of Ukraine: Admiral Sir Tony Radakin, welcomed as outgoing commander of the British Royal Navy (First Sea Lord) and new Chief of Staff Defense General.
Two days ago Elizabeth II, after a series of commitments, including virtual ones, which she had been forced to forfeit in recent weeks, had reappeared for a first audience in the presence granted to the Canadian Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, who was visiting London. Today’s images showed the sovereign – 96 years old on April 21 – in discreet form in conversation with the very high naval officer: designated in recent months at the supreme summit of the operational coordination of all the British armed forces by the government of Boris Johnson. Radakin had returned to praise just before his meeting with His Majesty the resistance of the Ukrainians to the forces of Moscow.
Resistance exalted days ago in the name of the royal family also by the heir to the throne Charles and by Prince William, second in line of succession to the crown. (HANDLE).
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